Tag Archives: Europe
In the Journals – February 2016
Welcome back to In the Journals, a look at recent publications in the world of security, law, crime, and governance.
In the Journals – August 2015
Welcome back to In the Journals, a round-up of recent journal publications on security, crime, law enforcement and the state. After a brief hiatus over the summer, we’re happy to be back with a batch of the most recent articles and reviews for our dear readers.
Thoughts on policing in Turkey – Football and beyond
Over the past summer, international audiences became aware of severe police violence during Turkey’s Gezi protests. In summer 2013, what started out as a peaceful demonstration in Istanbul to save a public park quickly led to a national uprising against the government. The resistance was marked with intense police violence in the form of tear gas, plastic bullets and pressurized water from cannons. In October 2013, Amnesty International called these actions “gross human rights violations.” Continue reading
Just a FYI to keep us up to date on anthropoliteia “out of place” (i.e. where you normally wouldn’t expect it):
Special Issue: Crime and Madness in Modern Germany
September 2009, Volume 39, No. 3
Guest editors: Ofer Ashkenazi, Udi E. Greenberg, and Jonathan Lewy
Journal of European Studies — Table of Contents (September 2009, 39 ).
I’m particularly excited to look at Udi E. Greenberg’s article on Carl Schmitt vs. Walter Benjamin…